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Publication Number: 291108
Title of publication: Technologieentwicklung eines anwenderfreundlichen TEG-basierten U-Wert Messgerätes; Identifizierung und Evaluierung bisheriger und neuer Anwendungsbereiche für thermoelektrische Generatoren (TEGs) - Schlussbericht (Technologieentwicklung eines anwenderfreundlichen TEG-basierten U-Wert Messgerätes; Identifizierung und Evaluierung bisheriger und neuer Anwendungsbereiche für thermoelektrische Generatoren (TEGs) - Schlussbericht )
Program: Energy in buildings
Project: 501187 - Entwicklung eines anwenderfreundlichen U-Wert Messgeräts
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Date of publication: 30.11.2015
Contractor: greenTEG AG | Technoparkstrasse 1 | 8005 Zürich
Authors: Dr. Holger Hendrichs | greenTEG AG | hendrichs@greenteg.com
Available Documents: 000000291108 ( de, 3712 kb )
Abstract: During the project the underlying technology of the U-value device was further developed and a concept for a new device was developed. Several parts of the current device and the technology got optimized in regards to its robustness, user-friendliness, etc. Based on own research and user feedback, we could develop a specification concept on which we will now further develop an enhanced measurement device. According to that, the new device will enable the user to do simultaneous measurements at multiple spots and this wireless.
Additional application fields of TEGs were found inside and outside of the building sector. For example, TEGs can measure the mode of action of phase-change-materials (PCM). For instance, these materials are used within new building elements/systems (i.e. glass façade systems) and are constantly getting further developed in research laboratories. Furthermore, we showed that with our TEG technology it is possible to determine the inner temperature of a battery by measuring the heat flux. Hence conclusions can be drawn regarding the lifetime or the state of health of the battery.

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